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dirwoody 02-21-2010 10:30 AM

I'm super torn on which to do. Not many people around here with winches (at all) and looking to do something completely different on the build, but I'm torn on whether I should do the winch, or put perfectpass on the boat. <BR> <BR>Thoughts?

mfifer 02-21-2010 11:09 AM

Build a winch for sure. It will open up a whole new perspective for your riding, I can honestly say that winching a drop is the most fun I have had wakeskating. If you install perfect pass your still stuck behind the boat, but with a winch the world is yours to create. <BR> <BR>(Message edited by mfifer on February 21, 2010)

xbones 02-21-2010 12:30 PM

Do the perfect pass. Love winching... love our Grinch... but perfect pass will change your life. Winching is mad fun but can be a pain sometime, and can end up being a bunch of work for just a few hits. Perfect pass will give you hours and hours of consistent returns <IMG SRC="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/happy.gif" ALT=":-)" BORDER=0> <BR> <BR>Just my opinion...

svt600 02-21-2010 1:59 PM

i agree with both sides.... heres my take on it.. if you live where i live do the PP... cuz theres no where to winch.. but if theres lots of spots to hit the build a winch!!!

sidekicknicholas 02-21-2010 2:03 PM

Do you have a girlfriend/wife ... if so and you plan on the driving the boat ever go with PP, unless she is an oddball and can actually drive well. <BR> <BR>It makes getting pulls from less experienced drivers easier.

hawkeye7708 02-21-2010 2:40 PM

PerfectPass aka "The Marriage Saver"

pierem 02-21-2010 2:42 PM

haha good one nick! My girlfriend pull me a few times las season but it was such disaster, i could't even do any tricks, she was going from 15 to 30 mph.but i got to say that my old cc ski nautique 1978 is not that easy to drive!

dirwoody 02-21-2010 5:30 PM

hmmmmm, interesting thoughts. I'm on base with making it easier to get pulls, but generally (I'd say 85% of the time) when we go out, I've got somebody who knows how to drive. No girlfriend or wife right now, but whoever I get together with next will have to know how to drive. <BR> <BR>As for having/not having places to winch, I've been thinking about it, and I'm gonna have to look around some more, we've got a pond reasonably close i think i could build rails on without a problem, have to do some checking on it. Otherwise....not so sure where to hit, so I'll have to research that, and hopefully find a farm pond within 15 minutes of here. <BR> <BR>I guess right now I'm looking a couple different ways on it. the perfectpass is obviously gonna be about 1200, Right now I can build the winch for about 400 (with borrowed parts), and if I don't like it, can dismantle it pretty easily, or sell it. <BR> <BR>Anybody ever built an electric winch? My brother builds/races electric endurance cars and has a lot of expertise and we think it would be sick to be able to run a silent winch.....could winch somebody's back yard without tipping them off right away

cshell 02-21-2010 5:50 PM

Winch more!


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